Fruit on display at a Cambodian market.
A ride in a motorcycle-drawn covered wagon.
The band contemplating a Traditional Khmer Massage
Could there be something Diana hasn't told us?
Sihanoukville is a province in southern Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand.
It is also known as Kampong Som.
This port city is a growing Cambodian urban center.
It is located 185 kilometres southwest of the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh.
Gina and Diana enjoy some flowers with a new friend.
Everyone likes to monkey around.
Sihanoukville is named after King Father Norodom Sihanouk.
The province grew up around the construction of Sihanoukville Port.
As the newest Cambodian city, Sihanoukville doesn't have a long history
Construction on the port began in June 1955.
It was the only deep water port in Cambodia.
Sihanoukville wasn't founded as a port until 1960 after independence from France.
Most of the families of the builders remained near the port, becoming the first inhabitants.
During the Vietnam War, it became an intensive military port for the United States.
Sihanoukville was the last place to be evacuated by the US army.
Since then it has recovered a great importance in the development of the country.
The port has since become one of the main spots of economic growth in Cambodia.
Other economic activiites include fishing, agriculture, mining, oil, factories and tourism.
In 2008 there were 199,902 persons living in Sihanoukville province.
The name "Sihanouk" means "The Jaws of the Lion".
Sihanoukville's beaches have made it a popular tourist destination.
Tourists enjoy a relaxed beach atmosphere compared to Thailand's more developed cities.
Sihanoukville is also located the main factory of Angkor Beer, the Cambodian national beer.
In recent years the increase of tourism has led to construction of hotels and infrastructure.
Foreign and national investments are also expanding its role as an international port.
Diana, Gina, Nikki, and Michael enjoy the Sihanoukville beach.
Another delicious display of Cambodian fruit at a market.